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    Thread: WaterWerks on the Bay 2012 - San Francisco / Richmond, CA

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      09-08-2012 09:31 PM #141
      Super big thank yous to Dave and Mike for putting this on. Tim and the TST crew and Matt and fifteen52 for sponsoring the event.
      Without all of you this would not have happened.
      I had a great time. I was glad that I voulnteered. I look forward to "on the green" and "on the bay" Hopefully, I will be able to make both shows.
      Thank you again.
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      09-09-2012 12:08 AM #142
      Quote Originally Posted by C4.Style View Post
      I'm sorry for this kind of rant about same thing over and over and in no way I'm trying to sound super jewish but it really irritates me when in the show ad it would state something like:
      Are you really that much of a Bigot?

    3. 09-09-2012 12:32 AM #143
      Legit show. Surprised I took best of show lots of great looking cars. Good seeing all of the OG's.

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      09-09-2012 03:09 AM #144
      Quote Originally Posted by CaliSteezR32 View Post
      Thanks to Bernie for the shot!

      Straight up, the show was dope as ****, the venue was amazing, and the smart people realized that there was a restaurant attached to the Craneway Pavilion called the BroilerHouse, decently priced food and Racer 5 IPA on tap. I didn't even look at the hot dogs or burgers, only wish is that more local NorCal peeps came out to show support for this event, where the **** were all of you???

      Everyone who did decide to show face made it a super chill atmosphere, the show had a really good vibe, TST killed it showing up in full force, the air ride limbo was entertaining to watch, and there was a really good spread of cars on display. I really hope Tolliver & crew come back next year, they did an amazing job with the event, TST and Fifteen52 deserve mad props as well, I won't miss the next one for sure.

      I completely agree with you Ryan. Show was definitely the most I have had at any show. Venue was probably the best as well.Food at the Boilerhouse wasn't bad at all and bottomless mormosas on Sunday plus beers on Monday was great. Although I didn't show I definitely went to show support and hang with all the peeps. Good seeing everyone... aka Ryan, Matt, Simon, Brandon, Meach, Jason and all the peeps I see almost every weekend. Maybe next year, the unicorn will be out and about.
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      09-10-2012 02:12 PM #145
      I can’t speak for Dave but I wanted to tell you all - THANK YOU

      Dave and I went to ND show for over 10 years and the trip and friendships were worth it. I met Bernie , Matt and alot of others on those trips and the stories .... oh those stories.

      WWOTB - was a blast and I'm sure we'll be back for more next year. We'd like to stay near the same time frame but not a holiday. so stay tuned here and Facebook.

      Food trucks - check . If you have any contacts we need them .
      Venue - was uber cool
      Venue food - not the best deal but saved you from a long trip.
      Broiler House - fun times and great food
      Host hotel - we had a great time there , did you ?
      Chevy's = those were tasty drinks
      Shell Card - lol

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      09-13-2012 09:31 PM #146
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      09-14-2012 02:15 AM #147
      Quote Originally Posted by C4.Style View Post
      Well maybe they should also consider for next year a bigger menu with better selection of foods and REASONABLE price for the crowd in order not to see such negative comments by me or I will personally go to who ever owns that Craneway place and tell them they are full of sh*t! I'm sorry for this kind of rant about same thing over and over and in no way I'm trying to sound super jewish but it really irritates me when in the show ad it would state something like - "Enjoy the euro car show with cold drinks and delicious food" but it reality a complete bs.(aside from drinks). I just find it a bit false advertisement when this happens. I just love good food, thats all

      I'm hoping next year such issues will be resolved and WaterWerks can come to the Bay again, and if possible this time South Bay, closer to me
      I don't think we ever posted there was going to be "cold drinks and delicious food", but like everyone said there was the Boiler House. Fish and chips were really good, as was their pizza, wings and cobb salad. Too bad you didn't ask because they had cold drinks and delicious food.

      I will make a suggestions that next year maybe they could bring a beer garden out into the show area where people could order food and have a pint. Maybe block off the first 50ft of the east side of the building?

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      09-14-2012 02:20 AM #148
      Quote Originally Posted by RedheadRado View Post
      Super big thank yous to Dave and Mike for putting this on. Tim and the TST crew and Matt and fifteen52 for sponsoring the event.
      Without all of you this would not have happened.
      I had a great time. I was glad that I voulnteered. I look forward to "on the green" and "on the bay" Hopefully, I will be able to make both shows.
      Thank you again.
      Thank you for volunteering. I hope all our volunteers felt like we took care of them. Hope to see the Sac Water crew back next year.
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      09-18-2012 07:31 PM #150
      GCAP German Connection Auto Parts would like to thank Dave & Mike and the whole Washington crew to come and host such a hugely needed event with-in Norcal. A huge thanks to Tim and the TST crew as well to make this show a reality.

      I sure hope this type of event gets carried on for years to come with-in Norcal
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      09-23-2012 05:27 AM #151
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      09-27-2012 11:47 AM #152
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      Had a great time!! Thanks again WaterWerks peeps!!
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      09-27-2012 12:04 PM #153
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      09-28-2012 10:12 AM #154
      Thanks Ronskii!! Trin was on point that day!
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